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23/09/2022

Plans for a new £16.5 million state-of-the-art technology facility in Newtownabbey have been approved for development. Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council green lit the proposal for the Sensata Technologies project at Global Point Business Park. Sensata Technologies has more than 100 years of
23/09/2022

The success of two NI Water projects in Fermanagh and Tyrone have been celebrated during a recent ministerial visit. Infrastructure Minister John O'Dowd visited the Killyhevlin Water Treatment Works followed by a tour of Tullychurry Forest and a Castlederg farm to see restoration work. A major £9
23/09/2022

People in Waterford are being encouraged to get active with the opening of a brand new adult fitness park. The new facility has been installed in People's Park, replacing a host of old equipment that had been in situ for over 10 years. The 10 new pieces of equipment include a sit-up press, decline
23/09/2022

Two key flood relief schemes are continuing to make significant progress in County Mayo. Minister of State for the Office of Public Works, Mr Patrick O'Donovan, T.D, joined Cathaoirleach, Cllr Seamus Weir, Mayo County Council, to visit the two schemes. Firstly, they visited Carrowholly to mark the
23/09/2022

Northern Ireland-based contractor McLaughlin & Harvey has welcomed a brand new intake of graduates and trainees. With roles spanning across the business from civil engineering to business development, the 16 graduates and trainees in the Belfast and Glasgow offices took part in a week long inductio
23/09/2022

A confidential Cabinet memo has been leaked revealing the government’s social and affordable housing targets will not be met for the third year in a row, according to the Irish Independent. The memo also mentioned some other crucial parts of the Minister of Housing's plan are significantly behind
23/09/2022

Kilwaughter Minerals Limited is set to invest £4.7 million its capital infrastructure. The leading minerals processor has confirmed a two-year capital investment programme, which will see a range of projects funded focusing on improving capacity and efficiency, reducing the company's carbon footpri
23/09/2022

The new-look Student Union at Queen's University Belfast has welcomed in students for the 2022/23 academic year. Marcon was appointed to deliver the specialist joinery fit out package for the new four-storey development, which replaces the original building which was opened in 1967. Marcon delive
23/09/2022

Work is set to take place to deliver significant road improvements in the County L'Derry village of Ballykelly. Approximately £443,000 is being invested in a carriageway and footway resurfacing scheme on Main Street. They will extend from near Drumond Park for approximately 600m to Station Road.
23/09/2022

Irish Water is moving forward with plans to replace ageing water mains in Enniscorthy, Co Wexford. The national utility is collaborating with Wexford County Council to deliver the improvements in Drumgoold Villas. Work involves the replacement of water connections, typically made of iron or lead, t
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